Today I had the pleasure of bringing a mock courtroom experience to the Third Grade students of Sherwood Forest Elementary School. Eighty-five smart and amazing kids participated in an example of a civil trial called ‘The Case of the Missing Puppy.’ The kids did an excellent job of listening and asking great questions. Special thank you to Asst. Public Defenders Artrese Ziglar, Jason Whitler, Kelly Parker, and Whit Davis for skipping lunch today to help me with the trial. A wonderful time was enjoyed by all!
Thank you to Strider Raven for his thoughtful Letter to the Editor in today’s Winston-Salem Journal. I really appreciate your kind words and support, Strider!
Happy to be at BB&T Ballpark to cheer for the Winston-Salem Dash on Opening Day 2014. What a beautiful night and great way to have fun with the family. Go Dash!
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We had a great time at the St. Leo’s Run this morning. What an amazing community event! We are proud of our youngest son, Jackson, who finished first in the under 9 group, with a time of 24:12. It was wonderful to see so many friends and supporters. Thank you to all of the volunteers and sponsors who made the event so special. There were many of Winston-Salem’s finest police officers keeping the course safe. Big thanks to Mike Foley (the Amazing Race T-Shirt designer) and his family for inviting us.
I enjoyed attending the Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools’ Spring Extravaganza Art Exhibit at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. The exhibit will run from 3/13 – 3/20. I am proud of my 4th grade Sherwood Forest Elementary student, Andrew, for having his ‘Positive/Negative’ piece selected for the Exhibit. There are a lot of talented artists in our Forsyth County School System.